Well I am on my second ‘07 700 King. My first one got totaled. Guess what, I bought another one. Guys can say what they want, but the King is only lacking power steering to be the ultimate big bore. I love mine and would do it all over again. The only thing I would trade my ‘07 for would be a ‘08 with the caster offset changed. King has climbed and descended the roughest stuff and it will wheelie on demand. I love it as do many of my buddies who have them too.
Upgrades/Accessories: VDI copperhead, Bear Claw tires, front and rear bumpers, front and rear stick stoppers
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